Market to Market February 25, 2000 (#2524)
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Town buys grocery, keeps it going
(Feb 25, 2000) THERE ARE A NUMBER OF INSTITUTIONS CRITICAL TO MAINTAINING THE LIFE OF A RURAL COMMUNITY.
Ag exports increase, so do oil prices
(Feb 25, 2000) THOUGH NOT AS RELIANT ON FOREIGN OIL AS IT WAS IN THE 1970s, THE U.S STILL GETS MORE THAN 50 PERCENT OF ITS CRUDE FROM FOREIGN SHORES.
Nonpoint source pollution targeted by EPA
(Feb 25, 2000) ACCORDING TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, OR E-P-A, THERE ARE MORE THAN 20,000 U.S LAKES, STREAMS AND RIVERS THAT FAIL TO MEET CURRENT WATER QUALITY STANDARDS, AS DEFINED BY THE CLEAN WATER ACT OF 1972.
Farm land use falls, farms increase
(Feb 25, 2000) THE U-S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE RELEASED ITS ANNUAL REPORT ON FARMS AND LAND IN FARMS THIS WEEK.
Market Analysis: Feb 25, 2000
(Feb 25, 2000) THE NATION'S ECONOMY SOARED FAR HIGHER THE LAST QUARTER OF 99 THAN MOST ECONOMISTS EXPECTED.
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